P.O. Box 429
Mt. Lake, MN 56159
The support of others is an invaluable asset in your life and one that Stan Schroeder can attest to.
The Mt. Lake Fire Department held a fundraiser during the Coaches vs. Cancer campaign with the funds going directly\ to support Schroeder’s battle against cancer. He was diagnosed with peripheral T-cell lymphoma, a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and will soon undergo stem cell replacement therapy.
Schroeder was born and raised in Mt. Lake. He graduated from MLPS in 1977. He took over the American Family Insurance business from his father, Bob Schroeder, in February 1994. Schroeder has always been a strong supporter of high school athletics having played baseball, basketball, some football, golf and ran cross-country.
He spearheaded the 2002 renovations at Munson Field and financially supported the Mt. Lake Laker Amateur Baseball team for several years. Having always taken an active role
in his community, he served as a firefighter for 22 years from 1989 to 2001.
United Prairie Bank of Mt. Lake has an account, Stan Schroeder Benefit, set up for those who would like to donate towards his fight against cancer.
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